Space Saving Ideas for Fitted Bedrooms

Closet organizers

Closet organizers are a must, but particularly for small fitted bedrooms. A shoe organizer can be hung over a door, hanging shelves can be put in the closet and hanging bars can provide a double closet bar. This can help lessen the need for more furniture to store items in, and can help those with a lot of clothing and accessories easily find what they are looking for.

Open Wardrobe

This idea is less popular, but it is still a great idea. Sometimes, small fitted bedrooms can make a person feel a bit claustrophobic. When the doors to a wardrobe are removed, it tends to open up the space a bit more and can make the room feel a bit more comfortable. This does call for a wardrobe that is nice and neat, which is where the closet organizers previously mentioned can come in handy.

Colour

Small fitted bedrooms may feel that much smaller if too many dark colours are used. Instead of dark purples or blues, opt for an all-white design scheme. This colour choice may not be for everyone, but incorporating this colour is guaranteed to help a room feel larger. White walls can be paired with a baby blue or pale lavender for a look that is full of relaxing colour that still opens up the room. Individuals that love to add colour to a room can still do so by creating a fun look on one wall for an accent wall.

Storage in Furniture

There are quite a few products that are both furniture and storage at the same time. For example, beds can be made with drawers underneath, and an ottoman can take the place of a comfortable recliner. Both of these options will help add space and create a modern, stylish look that everyone will love.

Stripes

Stripes are known in the fashion world for making a person appear larger than they actually are. Wearing stripes may not be the best idea, but using this same philosophy in a bedroom is a great idea. Horizontal stripes on an accent wall can add the perfect amount of colour while helping make a room feel less cramped.